With the opening of Raleigh Union Station only a few months away, I just had to capture the look and feel of Raleigh Station, our current train station on Cabarrus Street. This post is basically just a bunch of photos for posterity to show the station that has served Raleigh since 1950.
If you can make it down there in the next month or two, it is such a drastic difference between the upcoming station and the current one. It really feels like Raleigh leapfrogged our next train project and just went two levels higher instead.
The splintering wood, the rusty metal, and the washed out signs basically show a station that has reached its end-of-life. The interior is nothing but functional however you can’t help but admire the downtown view.
I’ll be referring to this post in the future but for now, enjoy the photos.
- The Cabarrus Street Train Station Has Now Been Demolished | August 15, 2018
- NCDOT Announces Mid-Day Service Between Raleigh and Charlotte, June 5th | April 30, 2010